Although vaccination plans are progressing at a good pace and movement restrictions have been easing in many territories, the advance of new variants such as the Delta highlights the need for extra caution.
According to recent analysis by McKinsey & Company and the KPMG consultancy, new consumer profiles have been revealed in the post-pandemic era. According to the study of the first,? Spain post Covid-19: from resilience to reinvention ?, up to 80% of Spaniards are very concerned about aspects related to health and safety.
Likewise, the purchasing factor that has grown the most both in Spain and globally in recent times is personal safety (increases of 60% and 56%, respectively), according to the KPMG trend observatory. The coronavirus has influenced and modified consumer psychology and has positioned security as the key element when deciding whether or not to make a purchase. The guarantee of the constant sanitation of spaces, the control of the gaps or the requirement of the mask are requirements, therefore, that drive the economy at this time.
However, if something has been learned in recent months, it is that fun and safety do not have to be at odds. Spain has a wide cultural and leisure offer that guarantees the adrenaline rush equipped with the mask and respecting the necessary social distance, thanks to the investment of resources that many spaces have made to promote coronavirus-free leisure.
Theme parks and resorts meet good conditions in terms of security to enjoy a? 360º plan? this summer. Some spaces, such as PortAventura World, on the Costa Dorada, have invested millions of dollars in order to guarantee a stay free of coronavirus, with all the necessary measures.
In total, the most visited leisure resort in the country has used 5 million euros to promote adjustments such as the reinforcement of its security equipment, specific signage, capacity controls, constant cleaning of the attractions, etc. In addition, its hotels follow a strict security protocol. The complex maintains the mandatory nature of the mask in its facilities and has the? Safe Travels? Seal. of tourism.
Another option is the multi-adventure parks, due to the freedom and autonomy offered by these spaces, which leave the activities to be carried out to the user’s choice. Aventura Amazonia, which has different locations in Spain, proposes alternatives to live extreme experiences both during vacations and on a birthday, team building, bachelor party or social event.
All this, in open-air bubble groups that guarantee social distancing. In addition, the staff takes care of taking the visitors’ temperature, as well as providing hydroalcoholic gel and cleaning everything that customers touch.
The water leisure offer in the country is one of the most complete in the world. In fact, on the south coast of Tenerife is what is considered the best resort of its kind on the planet: Siam Park.
The park is prepared to provide both strong and lighter emotions, organizing its attractions into three groups: relaxation, family and adrenaline. All this prioritizing this year in the safety of the visitor, with limited capacity, safety distance and reinforcement of cleaning measures.
The space has intensified hygiene protocols and implemented measures such as recording the body temperature of travelers. In addition, disinfection arches have been installed so that the visitor can bathe with all the guarantees.
Natural spaces such as the Cabárceno Nature Park have not been left behind when it comes to implementing adequate health protocols to minimize the possible contagion of Covid-19.
Maintaining 100% of its capacity this season, as it is a large open-air space, the park, which is visited by more than 600,000 people each year, maintains the mandatory nature of the mask.
The park plan must be downloaded in PDF and payment by card is recommended at all times. For the most prudent visitor, there is always the option of touring the area from the tranquility of your own car, with the guarantee of being able to observe exotic wild fauna of more than 100 different species in the middle of nature and without crossing the national border.
For the most active travelers with an interest in history, walking the Caminito del Rey can be a good alternative for safe tourism against the coronavirus. Since its reopening to the public last spring, the space has implemented measures that have earned it the title of?
Prepared for Covid? by the Secretary of State for Tourism of the Integral System of Spanish Tourist Quality in Destinations (SICTED), such as the use of the mask or the daily disinfection of its facilities. The territory in which it is framed hides true treasures of history and landscapes that do not disappoint, traveling in an extreme way through the natural area of the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes.